Top Assistant Professor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assistant Professor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assistant Professor resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.6% of Assistant Professor resumes contained Undergraduate Courses as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assistant Professor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Assistant Professor resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Designed and taught undergraduate courses in International Political Economy, International Relations, International Conflict and International Aid Programs.
  • Developed curriculum and syllabus for Child, Adolescent, and Developmental undergraduate courses.
  • Conducted research in separation and transport phenomena and taught undergraduate courses.
  • Offered statistical consulting service for business trend analyses and taught undergraduate courses
  • Facilitated online undergraduate courses in psychology and behavioral science.
  • Experienced in teaching undergraduate courses at Alabama State University.
  • Developed graduate and undergraduate courses in wireless communications.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Communication and Operations Management.
  • Organized survey data gathered from online undergraduate courses.
  • Instructed undergraduate courses in Management.
  • Developed and taught graduate and undergraduate courses, supervised student research, studies, and internships, participated in faculty activities.
  • Designed and taught undergraduate courses in specialized topics, such as Animal Communication and Human Language and Learning to Read.
  • Graduate courses - Fluency Disorders Undergraduate courses - Phonetics, Speech Pathology II (Speech Disorders), Anatomy and Physiology
  • Oversee undergraduate courses, offering instruction in special education and early childhood unified programs to ensure student growth.
  • Institute, West Virginia My responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses at the university, advising and evaluating students.
  • Teach introductory and upper level undergraduate courses in statistics, as well as advise undergraduates in research
  • Teach undergraduate courses in electronic media, broadcast journalism, and campus TV and radio operations.
  • Graduate Courses: Graduate Audiology, Spring 1996 Aural rehabilitation, Fall 1995 Undergraduate Courses:
  • Teach undergraduate courses related to Computer Science, Software Engineering, and Information Systems.
  • Teach undergraduate courses in the PrePharmacy program and courses in the PharmD program.

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Led program administration, designed and implemented instructional aspects of cardiovascular technology program including curriculum development, personnel management and program coordination
  • Graduate Courses taught: History and Philosophy of Technology Education; Curriculum Development for Technology Education.
  • Supervised practicum teachers and taught various courses in education ranging from Instructional Strategies to Curriculum Development.
  • Participated in curriculum development, evaluation, and change; attended faculty meetings as required.
  • Assisted in Curriculum developmental activities, student evaluation and student's practical lab experiment evaluation.
  • Involved in curriculum development, scholarly activities, campus committees, and community service opportunities.
  • Served on departmental committees for curriculum development of solid mechanics courses and materials/manufacturing courses.
  • Assumed direct accountability for curriculum development, recruiting, and program administrative oversight.
  • Participated in new curriculum development, university policy-making, and administering academic standards.
  • Developed lesson plans, taught management courses, and monitored curriculum development.
  • Served as the department coordinator for curriculum development, exams, and registration
  • Conduct and participate in regular departmental and college-wide assessment, curriculum development.
  • Participate actively at the National level in course curriculum development and improvement.
  • Collaborated with department heads and other faculty in curriculum development activities.
  • Assisted with curriculum development for secondary computer science education program development.
  • Collaborated with other professors in curriculum development and teaching methods.
  • Participated in department and university-level committee work and curriculum development.
  • Assisted the faculty with administrative tasks and curriculum development.
  • Performed Curriculum Development and Strategic Planning for the college.
  • Participate in curriculum development and review class proposals.

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed, prepared and delivered instruction in teacher preparation, lesson planning strategies and classroom management.
  • Maintained excellent classroom management and demonstrated ability to keep students on task.
  • Supervised Graduate Teaching Assistants in assessment scoring and classroom management and communication.
  • Implemented effective classroom management strategies to regulate student behavior.
  • Experience with classroom management and supervising student activities.
  • Achieved perfect scores on Classroom Management evaluations Led a team of 6 adjunct professors through course design and facilitation
  • Identified and recommended strategies to help interns improve teaching and classroom management skills.
  • Teach and implement classroom management in studio, computer and lecture courses.
  • Provided training workshops to assist faculty with teaching and classroom management.
  • Provided classroom management; offered feedback to motivate learning and helpstudents overcome obstacles.

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4. Online Courses

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Here's how Online Courses is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed several online courses for undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Teach online courses to undergraduates and MBA students for TUI University, College of Business Administration
  • Developed high quality online courses using a variety of learning technologies and online course platforms.
  • Developed training and learning materials for 7 different courses including 3 all-online courses.
  • Lead a project to convert classroom-based courses to hybrid/blended or online courses.
  • Designed and built online courses for both physical and environmental geology.
  • Utilized Web CT to create and teach online courses.
  • Teach undergraduate, graduate, hybrid and online courses.
  • Assisted with the development of images for online courses.
  • Facilitate online courses in general studies and business.
  • Developed videos to supplement the online courses.
  • Develop online courses and teach online.
  • Lead in foreign language online courses.
  • Designed and taught online courses.
  • Designed graduate-level online courses for the Educational Design and Technologydepartment.
  • Developed live and online courses; online courses are developed with Quality Matters rubric.
  • Developed and offered over 6 different online courses Managed and directed 2 STEM grants

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5. Academic Advisor

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Here's how Academic Advisor is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Performed role as member of the University System of Georgia Academic Advisory Committee on Computing Disciplines.
  • Served, as academic advisor to Physical Education majors and supervised Recreation major's practical experiences.
  • Served as academic advisor for freshman/sophomore students Assistant Professor of Freshman Seminar.
  • Served as academic advisor, promoting academic success for first-year students.
  • Served as academic advisor to students in the Environmental Administration Program.
  • Provided academic and life-goal consultation/guidance to students as an academic advisor.
  • Serve as an academic advisor to approximately 100 accounting students.
  • Served as academic advisor for graduate and undergraduate students.
  • Served as academic advisor to political science students.
  • Served as academic advisor for mechanical engineering students.
  • Served as academic advisor to 18-25 students per year, directing and recommending courses for each student to ensure timely graduation.
  • Serve as academic advisor/mentor for student pharmacists to provide academic and non-academic guidance to ensure the success of the student.
  • Served as academic advisor to 20 undergraduate students with a retention (graduation) rate of 95%.
  • Served as the academic advisor and counselor and the NCAA faculty representative to the Department of Athletics.
  • Acted as Academic Advisor to 62 students to verify University and Naval ROTC curriculum requirements were fulfilled.
  • Served as academic advisor, counseled students on an individual basis in order to overcome their education.
  • Volunteer: academic advisor, First Year Experience Instructor, hockey mentor, writing center tutor.
  • Perform the role of Academic advisor to students in review articles and writing abstracts.
  • Served as an academic advisor to 10 to 15 students per academic year.
  • Performed duties as Academic Advisor for History and the Social Sciences.

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6. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Participated in the development of science curricula in the college particularly in the field of ecology, microbiology and evolutionary biology.
  • Developed courses in immunology and research ethics, and developed super laboratory courses in cellular physiology and molecular biology.
  • Trained over 400 students in environmental science, introductory biology and molecular biology *Conducted and managed laboratory sessions SELECTED COURSEWORK
  • Managed, operated and maintained a preparatory microbiology laboratory (logistics, budget, day-to-day management etc.)
  • Recognized virologist proficient in viral vector manipulation using modern molecular biology techniques and protein expression platforms.
  • Prepared lectures and taught students in clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology, and molecular diagnostics.
  • Teach several biology courses ranging from introductory biology to microbiology and Anatomy and physiology.
  • Spearheaded basic research in developmental and molecular biology of cell and substrate adhesion molecules.
  • Look after the clinical laboratories, especially clinical microbiology of the affiliated hospitals.
  • Directed laboratory program for over 1,000 students in General Chemistry and Environmental Biology.
  • Formulate curricula and delivery methods for Microbiology & Anatomy and Physiology courses.
  • Managed Microbiology Laboratory; responsible for equipment ordering, billing and procurement.
  • Research: Physiology, molecular biology and biochemistry of lipid metabolic pathways.
  • Mentor students in research and provide academic advising for undergraduate biology majors.
  • Developed Cancer Biology Seminar and Introduction to Clinical and Forensic Pathology courses.
  • Develop and administer assessments in Microbiology & Anatomy and Physiology courses.
  • Instructed students in microbiology, immunology and human anatomy and physiology.
  • Supervised capstone projects for ten biology and environmental sciences students.
  • Directed Human Biology Research Lab and Biological Anthropology Teaching Lab.
  • Mentored Degree students in immunology and Cancer Biology.

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7. Organic Chemistry

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Here's how Organic Chemistry is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Initiated and ran a very successful Learning Assistant Program for General and Organic Chemistry classes within the Rowan Chemistry-Biochemistry Department.
  • Provide lecturing and grading of laboratory experiments for undergraduate General and Organic Chemistry courses.
  • Managed laboratory courses for General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Biochemistry.
  • Managed undergraduate organic chemistry classes and laboratories for the department.
  • Researched the analysis of organic chemistry and polymer chemistry
  • Lectured on Applications of Computer in Chemistry to graduate students and instructed undergraduate students in Organic Chemistry Lab.
  • Type of contract: part-time employee Disciplines: Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Instrumental Analysis 5.
  • Instructed and guided Graduate students for Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Lectures and practical.
  • Instructed undergraduate students in Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 classroom and laboratory sections.
  • General, Organic and Industrial Organic Chemistry, both Lecture and Laboratory Classes
  • Teach labs for freshman chemistry and organic chemistry.
  • Teach 2-semester Organic Chemistry sequence.
  • Teach lecture portion of pre-tech chemistry, service chemistry, freshman chemistry, organic chemistry and clinical chemistry courses.
  • Assessed student work and maintained supplies and apparatus for Organic Chemistry lab.
  • Authored online organic chemistry courses for Pearson and for Kaplan, Inc.
  • Synthesized new phosphonic analogues of natural and unnatural amino acids and investigated their biological activity; taught courses in organic chemistry.

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8. Theory

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Here's how Theory is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Facilitated students' learning in basic accounting specifically bookkeeping, financial analysis, managerial accounting services and auditing theory and problem.
  • Developed and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in electromagnetic theory, wireless communication, antennas and computational methods.
  • Developed and delivered graduate and undergraduate curricula in communication theory and quantitative research methods.
  • Trained in adult educational theory and diverse instructional methodologies supporting various learner styles.
  • Conducted research in Relativity Theory and Quantum Theory.
  • Used causality inference to theory developing.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to undergraduate or graduate students on topics such as communication theory, public speaking and media criticism.
  • Created lectures on Air & Space foundations, technology, and military strategy/theory for undergraduate students pursuing an Air Force commission.
  • Graduate classes: Educational Research, Theory and Design of Curriculum and Instruction, ESOL Secondary methods, ESOL Elementary Internship.
  • TIME STUDIO, DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS, COLOR THEORY Developed, managed, delivered, integrated pilot course within existing curriculum.
  • Teach BSN students: current topical areas include Advanced Adult Health, Community Health Nursing, Nursing Research & Theory
  • Facilitate learning in clinical setting by assisting students with application of classroom theory and use of evidence based practices.
  • Developed and taught courses in interior design, color theory, perspective drawing and graphic arts for undergraduate students.
  • Introduce many artists, color theory, and history of art styles; encourage creative artwork and oral presentations.
  • Teach a variety of undergraduate theory and practical courses in print, broadcast, digital and social media.
  • Provide knowledge about leadership theory and application, through class discussions, class projects, lectures and exams.
  • Provided theory, skills, and clinical instruction to sophomore generic students on gerontology and drug abuse units.
  • Course Titles: Theory and Methods of Helping in the Human Services and Interviewing in Social Work.
  • Introduced new math courses at Keystone: Probability Theory, Statistics for the Sciences and Mathematical Finance.
  • Instructed 25+ college students in Music Theory I; Developed daily curriculum specifically adapted to class level.

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9. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Conducted two federal grant evaluations to expand clinic use of information technology in Northern California.
  • Conduct research in hospitality related information technology applications, and consumer behavior.
  • Provided consultations to local organizations on the applications of information technology.
  • Developed and taught course in Information Technology Management based upon experience.
  • Oversee the Medical Information Technology Program as Program Coordinator.
  • Served as departmental liaison to university information technology departments.
  • Teach Managerial Information Technology and Business Courses.
  • Assisted faculty and administration with information technology.
  • Serve on various committees related to Health Information Technology and Medical Information Technology, as well as other faculty related committees.
  • Instruct students in all subject matters related to obtaining allied health degrees with concentrations in medical assisting and health information technology.
  • Participated in the event with one student team and awarded 2nd place in the Information Technology Software Category.
  • Teach undergraduate Information Technology courses in the following areas: Programming, Network Engineering and Network Security.
  • Course taught in Electronics, Computer and Automation Engineering and Information Technology programs.
  • Teach basic courses for college students in Information Technology fields.
  • Delivered instruction in Information Technology both in class and online.
  • Work in Liuzhou ZhiMing Information Technology co.ltd China 06/2015-07/2016Assistant in developing Double-professional Certificate Instructor system in GuangXi Technology University.
  • Acted as faculty advisor to Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity from 2006-2009 and to the Association for Information Technology Professionals from 2003-2009.
  • Provide instruction for multiple courses in the Health Information Technology (A.A.S.degree), Health Information Management (B.S.
  • Teach courses in Information Technology, Project Management in Health Informatics, and Simulation Instruction in Nursing.
  • Worked with the "Information Technology" department to streamline the computer lab problems (printers and software versions).

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10. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Established measures to facilitate networking between alumni and undergraduates in the disciplines of mathematics and mathematics education.
  • Teach at least two courses per semester in: Oceanography Environmental/Earth Science College Algebra Pre-Calculus/Trig Business Mathematics
  • Gained experience in several areas of mathematics including numerical methods and statistics.
  • Initiated and organized a biweekly Discrete Mathematics Seminar for students and faculty.
  • Delivered graduate courses in statistics, technical calculus and technical mathematics.
  • Teach mathematics, electronics engineering technology, and technical communications courses.
  • Participated in mathematical biology research and taught classes in mathematics.
  • Network administrator for the Department of Mathematics.
  • Research in applied computational mathematics for engineering applications
  • Joint position in Business Administration and Mathematics.
  • Teach undergraduate applied mathematics courses.
  • Lectured students in Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Fans and Compressors, Numerical Methods, Mathematics, and Technical English.
  • Created the only general education Mathematics (QB) course offered within the Department of Health Promotion and Education.
  • Lead students in service projects, such as judging statistics posters for the Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  • Implemented Ohio House Bill 153 which legally defined remedial mathematics and which math credits could satisfy graduation requirements.
  • Course activities and instruction model the use of technologies to support knowing and learning in mathematics and science.
  • Key Contributions: -Designed and programmed an online sign-up system for students to register for mathematics proficiency tests.
  • Course: Business Mathematics I, Business Mathematics II, Business Statistics, Java, C/C++.
  • Participate in mathematics search committee reviewing 200+ resumes, conducting 30+ candidates, hiring 12 faculty.
  • Completed more than a dozen papers and manuscripts, some published in leading mathematics journals.

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11. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • General Psychology Developmental Psychology Adolescent Psychology Child Psychology Research Methods Psychology of Gender
  • Advanced Clinical Practice: Concentration year seminar covering clinical interventions (ego psychology, cognitive behavioral, feminist etc.)
  • Developed curriculum & taught: Statistics, quantitative research methods, cognitive psychology, history and philosophy of psychology.
  • Served as a sabbatical replacement in the Department of Psychology; Planned and implemented several classes for Undergraduate students
  • Supervised all departmental research projects; instructed all research-related courses and half of the developmental psychology courses.
  • Developed and evaluated Psychology course learning goals, including data collection, and analysis of assessment findings.
  • Teach undergraduate psychology courses including Human Behavior, Abnormal Psychology, and Social Psychology to Midshipmen.
  • Develop and facilitate dissertation research statistics course on 3 campuses among other psychology graduate courses.
  • Developed and administered the first, undergraduate practicum in psychology; supervised undergraduates' practicum.
  • Instructed medical school residents, psychology interns, and psychology post-doctoral fellows.
  • Serve as a mentor for professional development of clinical psychology doctoral students.
  • Provided supervision and lectures to clinical psychology interns and graduate school students.
  • Formed Counseling Psychology Student Association to increase student involvement in the program.
  • Developed and implemented training program in forensic child psychology and psychiatry.
  • Directed the administration of the graduate and undergraduate psychology research programs.
  • Proposed the establishment of Psychology department and designed infra structure.
  • Developed curriculum and syllabus for Introductory Psychology and Abnormal psychology.
  • Supervised psychology doctoral students' clinical work in Consultation Liaison-Psychiatry.
  • Provide clinical supervision and support for psychology and psychiatry students.
  • Develop and deliver clinical training/colloquiums for psychology and psychiatry students.

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12. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed presentations and spoke on various topics related to occupational and environmental health Presented on physical activity to community during health fairs
  • Educated undergraduate and graduate students on assorted computer science topics including digital logic, computer architecture and database design.
  • Participated regularly in department faculty meetings to discuss current topics and participate in faculty senate and committee operations.
  • Educated undergraduates on a variety of computer science topics including digital logic, computer architecture and database design.
  • Delivered many invited talks and guest lecturers covering variety of topics at different educational institutions and organizations.
  • Conducted lectures and presentations on different Dental Materials topics with updated research.
  • Created and incorporated video tutorials to strengthen student comprehension of course topics.
  • Educated Keller University graduate students in network security and data communication topics.
  • Conducted research on topics including Wealth Inequality and Civic Engagement.
  • Lead adult students in classroom discussions about contemporary design topics.
  • Conducted research on topics related national security and China-Japan relations.
  • Provided speeches in counseling related topics nation-wide.
  • Delivered public presentations and studied religious topics.
  • Selected publication topics are listed below.
  • Course topics included biological, cultural, and medical anthropology, social science methods, and courses on women's health.
  • Guide Master level students for independent study in topics on Math Finance, such as implied volatility and stochastic volatility models.
  • Provided various lectures in various therapeutics topics to the pharmacy students and coordinated the course entitled Introduction to Clinical Pharmacy.
  • Conducted several FDP s on topics such as Basics of Investments and Portfolio management and Finance for Non-Finance Managers.
  • Lectured: Special Topics in Hospitality Industry, Food & Beverage Management, Crisis Management, and Seminar.
  • Designed and taught 30 courses in research methods, statistics, and content-related topics to over 750 undergraduates.

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13. Research Projects

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Here's how Research Projects is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Conducted 3 program evaluation research projects, and presented findings to local community-based organizations to assist in improving their service delivery.
  • Supervised the day-to-day operation of the laboratory, including coordinating research projects personnel and ensuring availability of equipment and supplies.
  • Coordinated between industry and academia regarding research opportunities and mapping industry needs to research projects and development requirements.
  • Designed, coordinated experiments and served as mentor for numerous graduate and undergraduate students involved in research projects.
  • Delegated pieces of research projects to different team members and synthesized these independent results into a meaningful concept/product.
  • Functioned as quantitative investigator on twenty federally funded research projects in excess of thirty five million dollars.
  • Participate in networking opportunities which have led to new collaborative relationships for research projects and service offerings.
  • Assisted in the development of several collaborative research projects for both internal and external stakeholders.
  • Research projects included computational audio-visual synchronization detection, and wing airflow tactile feedback to pilots.
  • Managed and contributed to multiple collaborative research projects with investigators at other academic institutions.
  • Serve as principal investigator or consultant on various behavioral or organizational research projects.
  • Managed over 10 research projects resulted in either outside commercial or internal application.
  • Collaborated with many internal and external obesity research scientists on numerous research projects.
  • Collaborated with other faculty members in research projects and performed administrative duties.
  • Develop undergraduate research projects in separations, surface chemistry and materials science.
  • Directed undergraduate Inorganic synthesis research projects resulting in presentations at ACS meetings.
  • Mentored post-doctoral fellows, laboratory technicians, undergraduate and medical students research projects
  • Coordinated and supervised undergraduate research projects and helped managed chemical stockroom.
  • Analyzed and interpreted data for simultaneous research projects on diverse platforms.
  • Designed and implemented research projects on topics of vocational counseling.

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14. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Inculcated theories of leadership into the curriculum and mentored diverse student body on practical implementation of effective leadership principles.
  • Instructed senior baccalaureate students in the principles and application of physical, biological and psychological subjects related to nursing.
  • Administer a $3.6 million annual budget, ensuring compliance with university procurement regulations and generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Lectured undergraduate Civil Engineering students in Surveying, Construction Materials and Principles of Environmental Science and Engineering.
  • Used Java as the main programming language for implementing algorithms and enforced object-oriented programming principles.
  • Instructed didactic classes on principles of laboratory animal medicine to residents.
  • Followed curriculum and utilized adult learning guidelines/principles to facilitate classroom instruction.
  • Emphasized principles of information architecture and user experience.
  • Instructed and lectured students on the principles, foundations, policies, procedures, theories and ideologies of political science.
  • Advised 63 member cadet corps on leadership and management principles, ensured Total Quality Management concepts were understood and practiced.
  • Conducted on-the-job training classes and demonstrated principles, techniques, procedures and methods of teaching a Foreign Language.
  • Instructed and taught principles of medicine and laboratory procedures to residents, medical students, and clinical technicians.
  • Required the explanation of complicated scientific principles in a manner that is easily understood.
  • Facilitate, coordinate, and teach ELU 306: Principles of Learning.
  • Teach dosage regimens tailoring through the application of PK PD principles.
  • Lead Instructor/online course developer/monitor for MGMT 311 Principles of Marketing.
  • Tutored Accounting students on the Principles of Accounting.
  • Lectured and mentored undergraduate students on communication principles and digital communications Designed and developed software for training simulations of packet switching equipment
  • Applied principles and techniques of whole-room indirect calorimetry to investigate under-nutrition related questions.
  • Provide information closely related to principles of learning and teaching praxis assessment.

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15. Seminar

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Here's how Seminar is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Conducted research and presented graduate-level education through lectures, seminars, and other instruction supplemented by experience in logistics force operations.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures and seminars on subjects associated with National Defense University Eisenhower School national security mission and curriculum.
  • Participate in departmental and faculty seminars aimed at sharing research outcomes and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department.
  • Implemented research, generated publications, provided community service and health education seminars, developed community linkages for University-Community partnerships.
  • Presented invited research lectures and seminars based on laboratory work at major national and international scientific meetings and universities.
  • Published research findings in international journals and delivered seminar papers at international fora on food storage and processing.
  • Served as Faculty Seminar Leader and principal instructor for National War College graduate-level core and elective courses.
  • Guided Dissertation Seminars - Support candidates in the continuing development and refinement of their dissertations.
  • Involved actively as a member of scientific committee in organizing national seminar at college level.
  • Conducted seminars and workshops to provide professional training to local industry in Lean Manufacturing.
  • Organized seminars, workshops and conferences in collaboration with national and national organizations/ institutions.
  • Supervised students in their extracurricular activities such as community work and seminar workshop.
  • Conducted regular lectures on Power System engineering and weekly seminars on latest research.
  • Conduct seminars, orientations and professional development sessions for students and cooperating teachers.
  • Performed research activities including participation in technical seminar, conferences, and publication.
  • Maintained functional and academic skills by participating in professional development courses and seminars.
  • Organized the weekly seminar: accommodated the invited speaker and arranged after-seminar activities.
  • Procured grants for pharmacy lipid management clinic and metabolic syndrome interdisciplinary seminar.
  • Organized and plans workshops and seminars specific to non-traditional career students.
  • Developed curriculum, prepared test material and problems for seminars.

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16. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Researched Russian linguistics, literature and culture, preparing departmental, school-wide and nationwide presentations.
  • Teach elementary through graduate-level French language and Francophone literature and culture courses.
  • Delivered lectures on American Civilization and British Literature.
  • Reviewed contemporary mathematical literature to remain current.
  • Conducted statistical analyses and literature review.
  • Collaborated in the literature review for a research conducted by local psychologists from the university along with colleagues from Spain.
  • Summer 2008, I also taught World Literature II in which we studied literature from 1650 to the 20th century.
  • Course: Fundamentals of English, Freshman Composition I-II, Literature of the Western World I-II and Freshman Seminar.
  • Research for mentor's authorship of a book on the role of Islamic women in Golden Age Spanish literature.
  • Published articles on women, laborers, and identity politics in literature, visual art, and popular culture.
  • Project guide - Guide students in Topic selection, Planning, Literature survey, Execution and Thesis preparation.
  • Design literature, art, theater, and opera upper level courses in both English and Italian.
  • Directed or served as reader for honors theses in American Literature, American History, International Studies.
  • Designed and implemented programs, courses and original research in literature, science and digital media.
  • Teach culture, civilization, language, literature, and Women and Gender Studies courses.
  • French literature, art history, music, and French for business independent study courses.
  • Prepared and taught composition and literature courses (15 credit hours each quarter).
  • Developed the first online Early African American Literature and History course at the college.
  • Reviewed literature such as protocols, manuscripts, notebooks, policy and procedures.
  • Instructed on subject matters of African American Studies, Social Sciences and Literature.

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17. Organizational Behavior

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Here's how Organizational Behavior is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Instructed Fundamentals of Management, Personnel/HRM, Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining, and Organizational Behavior & Development.
  • Group and Organizational Behavior - A study of group behavior and how group functioning affects organizational effectiveness.
  • Conducted various adequate classes on business management, administrative management, organizational behavior, material management.
  • Designed training modules that implemented strategic management practices and organizational behavior training concepts.
  • Introduced an online-hybrid organizational behavior course to attract adult learners.
  • Teach MBA Graduate Program courses, including Legal & Ethical Issues in Business, Management Science and Organizational Behavior.
  • Teach upper-division business management courses: human resource management,organizational behavior, training and development, and compensation management.
  • Key Results: Develop and teach online courses on organizational behavior and managing organizations.
  • level courses including: Organizational Behavior and Applied Research.

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18. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Conducted comprehensive anesthetic evaluations and formulated anesthetic plan pertinent to surgery, patient health and physiology.
  • Lectured and disseminated complex cardiovascular and gastrointestinal physiology to medical, pharmacy, and graduate students.
  • Delivered lectures and developed lesson plans and laboratory experiments for General Physiology.
  • Published articles on Gastrointestinal Physiology in the national and international indexed journal.
  • Supervised and instructed individual student with general physiology laboratory experiments.
  • Conducted summer field practice in Comparative Physiology and Ecological Physiology.
  • Developed the gastrointestinal physiology course structure, learning objectives and lecture titles for both Via College of Osteopathic Medicine campuses.
  • Research responsibilities are focused on the effects of the environment and nutrition on poultry physiology and health.
  • Applied my extensive knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise prescription & testing as a resource for students.
  • Developed, organized and now teaches a course on Human Health and Physiology.
  • Set up OSHA training for faculty and graduate students using Exercise Physiology Laboratory.
  • Helped to build and maintain new Exercise Physiology lab equipment.
  • Published textbook and lab manuals in Human and Animal Physiology.
  • Organized classes in, and ran the Exercise Physiology Lab.
  • Supplement Instructions in Medical Physiology 3.
  • Participate in undergraduate teaching/course coordination of the physiology/pathophysiology course offered by the School of Pharmacy.
  • Prepared lessons and facilitated instruction in Pathophysiology and Senior level Medical Surgical Clinical Nursing.
  • Served in various committees and moderated students final term paper presentations in Pathophysiology
  • Developed course work in Introduction to Clinical Medicine, Pathophysiology and Immunology.
  • Researched the effects of ventricular assist on cardiac biomechanics and physiology.

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19. Cadets

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Here's how Cadets is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Assisted and counseled second year Cadets and newly commissioned officers in finding appropriate baccalaureate programs throughout the Continental United States.
  • Charged with personally, professionally, academically, and ethically developing approximately 120 cadets per year.
  • Developed curriculum and taught Junior Officer Management Skills and Professional Leadership development theory to cadets.
  • Provided leadership training, military discipline and educational career guidance to AFROTC cadets.
  • Trained, educated, motivated and counseled cadets within the university environment.
  • Monitored/scheduled/provided support to cadets identified as prospects for DODMERB screening.
  • Instructed, coached and prepared cadets on crisis/contingency management.
  • Mentored cadets on their academic and professional development.
  • Disciplined Cadets regarding academic requirements.
  • Instructed 14 undergraduate AFROTC classes, six per semester, and served as the Commandant of Cadets for the ROTC program.
  • Created, developed, and executed 5 Field Training Exercises that enhanced the technical and tactical knowledge of over 350 cadets.
  • Indoctrinated 6,000 cadets on the chronicles, courtesies, expectations, preeminence, and rank structure of the United States Army.
  • Led over 70 Cadets per semester in World History, Advanced World History or History of Imperial and Nazi Germany courses.
  • Revitalized Department of Law s Cadet Summer Research Program, securing internships for deserving cadets with private and public sector institutions.
  • Coordinated operations, logistics, and administration of a department of 43 faculty and 17 staff members teaching over 1400 cadets.
  • Instilled a physical fitness ethos for all cadets and sought after for institutional knowledge and common sense approach to facing challenges.
  • Served two years as the course director for the core laboratory program taught by 19 instructors to over 980 cadets.
  • Assessed and formulated challenging physical fitness programs that resulted in significant improvements in the cadets Army Physical Fitness Test scores.
  • Attend and participate in training and operation meetings to ensure training of cadets and cadre are conducted and tracked accordingly.
  • Provided career and academic counseling for 35 freshman cadets as the Associate Air Officer Commanding for Academics for Fourth Cadet Squadron

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20. Graduate Level

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Here's how Graduate Level is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Crafted and presented complex topical analysis in public administration and political science to students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Developed Curriculum and Taught Print and Broadcast Journalism towards a graduate level diploma in Journalism and Mass Communications
  • Develop and teach numerous groundwater hydrology related undergraduate and graduate level courses.
  • Designed and developed various undergraduate level courses for College of Business
  • Graduate Level: Human Resource Management, Administrative Procedures
  • Co-developed a graduate level Toxicology Curriculum.
  • Developed curricula for an honors-level course in composition and a graduate level course on the culture of the Great Depression.
  • Teach elementary education and special education courses, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in blended and online format.
  • Created microprocessor and embedded system based courses, digital circuit design and optimization at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Developed and taught undergraduate and graduate level computer science courses in Artificial Intelligence, Algorithm design, and Comparative Programming
  • Teach undergraduate level courses in social work, including introduction, policy, macro practice, and research.
  • Designed and taught courses and provided counseling and advice to students at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Functioned as a liaison of 52 students with the professor for a Graduate Level Corporate Finance course.
  • Prepared, delivered, and maintained curriculum in both online and classroom formats at the undergraduate level.
  • Teach accounting, finance, management and communication courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Directed the fire science minor program and authored a new graduate level fire risk management course.
  • School of Education Maintain teaching load of two courses per term for graduate level teacher candidates.
  • Instructed courses in Management, Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy, at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
  • Instructed undergraduate level courses in Naval Science; all students passed with 3.0 or better.
  • Selected Accomplishments: * Assumes responsibility for teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level.

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21. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Design course materials and instruct students in evidence-based medicine, clinical reasoning, and health information technology.
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning media to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Edited a book published on Financial Management and course materials on Working Capital Management6.
  • Implemented interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Used authentic primary materials and current technology to supplement course materials.
  • Created and disseminated course materials.
  • Prepared different course materials on areas such as Project Analysis and Management, Financial Accounting and Accounting Information Systems5.
  • Organize, prepare and revise content level of course materials, facilitate online (blackboard/Engage) discussions with students.
  • Assisted in designing the course materials for the Political Science for National Institute of Open Schooling, NIOS.
  • Developed standardized course materials for the Introduction to Naval Science topic that were adopted throughout the NROTC program.
  • Evaluated, planned, and revised curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
  • Served as the Quality Assurance Manager for Post Basic Course materials developed by contractors and in-house developers.
  • Created course materials including lectures, lab activities, assignments, quizzes or exams for each course.
  • Course materials helped students to understand contextual and institutional factors that impact urban students and their families.
  • Recruit, hire, evaluate and supervise employees, manage budgets, and select course materials.
  • Developed lesson plans, tests, and strategies for insuring student's comprehension of course materials.
  • Develop course materials, administer and grade tests, supervise labs, develop and grade projects.
  • Developed all course materials including lectures, exams, group projects, and written assignments.
  • Prepared and administered course materials, assignments, evaluations, assessments, and exams.

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22. Practicum

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Here's how Practicum is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Coordinated with college to identify clinical sites, obtained memorandum agreements, and oversaw fourth semester clinical practicum and preceptors.
  • Directed, coordinated and evaluated the activities of students participating in their practicums and internships.
  • Coordinated and facilitated clinical supervision of graduate students enrolled in practicum and internship.
  • Supervised Beginning and Advanced Practicum counseling students on campus during Fall quarter.
  • Supervised two practicum students in internships and advised 4 independent study projects.
  • Developed and administered both practicum and student teaching experiences for teaching candidates
  • Build community partnerships for future stakeholders in practicum and internship.
  • Developed policy, curriculum and the professional practicum training programs.
  • Coordinated internship/practicum between the department and placement sites.
  • Coordinated and supervised clinical and community practicums.
  • Supervised Practicum and Internship Rehabilitation Counseling students.
  • Coordinate assessment and therapy practicum placements.
  • Served as a preceptor in a practicum experience for future educators by providing one-on-one experience and guidance (NURS 745).
  • Serve as a preceptor to masters level nursing students who complete their nursing education practicum with the college.
  • Developed syllabus and overall course structure, including weekly lab practicums, and administered all grades.
  • Course Coordinator for undergraduate course: N4117 & N4119 Medical Surgical Nursing II didactic and practicum.
  • Conduct clinical comprehensive exams for each student prior to being approved for completion of the practicum.
  • Directed and coordinated field practicum by working with area agencies, students and department chairperson.
  • Ensured and maintained the quality of the field practicum program at the M.S.W.
  • Conduct clinical readiness meetings for each student prior to beginning the practicum.

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23. Ethics

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Here's how Ethics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Designed and developed traditional and e-learning/web-based courses for effective learning environments which included ethics and compliance communications program sections.
  • Served as an instructor for the Professional Military Ethics Education Program and supported the Departments Chemical Engineering accreditation.
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate students an upper level Capstone writing course, which is an intensive health law and bioethics course.
  • Participated and Participating in the fight of Corruption in Ethiopia Getting Training by The Federal Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission4.
  • Direct and teach Writing and Legal Research and teach Writing and Legal Advocacy, Legal Ethics and Human Resource Law.
  • Graduate courses included: Ethics and Professional Issues, Intellectual Assessment, Psychopathology, Personality Assessment, and Practicum.
  • Train the future officers of the United States Army in Army doctrine, ethics, tactics and leadership.
  • Assumed the role of lead professor in Nursing Ethics, grading, posting objectives, and discussion questions.
  • Research in Social Work: Undergraduate seminar focusing on ethics, as well as quantitative and qualitative methodology.
  • Assisted in instruction of graduate and undergraduate students in education law, bioethics, and disability policy.
  • Served on the International Education Committee and the Institutional Review Board (for research ethics).
  • Hired to be the driving force behind ethics, professionalism, practice management and community service.
  • Served as an instructor teaching classes in management principles, leadership, and ethics.
  • Lead efforts in student recruitment, engagement, ethics, retention, and support.
  • Developed and taught a Bio-Ethics course at the Fort Kent location.
  • Teach graduate course on Law & Ethics for Managers.
  • Trained students on professional conducts and work ethics.
  • Instructed Ethics in Nursing courses for baccalaureate students.
  • Leave No Trace ethics for the K-12 classroom.
  • Spring 1991, I was employed as a Visiting Instructor teaching Logic and Critical Thinking, and Business Ethics at SUNY-Oneonta.

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24. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed and taught lectures in Zoology, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy, and Herpetology.
  • Assisted in designing integrated teaching curriculum for the Department of Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Redesigned and revamped our Anatomy and Physiology curriculum to include more technology integration.
  • Lectured undergraduate dental students in Dental anatomy, Dental histology and oral pathology.
  • Lecture and laboratory courses in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology
  • Co-authored textbook on skeletal anatomy.
  • General physiology and human anatomy Skills Used I believe that there were some students that were inspired by my passion for science
  • Researched and wrote a new in-house human dissection laboratory manual for use by students in the Human Gross Anatomy courses.
  • Developed flow charts to help students learn histology and cardiovascular anatomy of the cat.
  • Lecture and run seminars on Anatomy and Physiology / 4 lessons per week.
  • Research: Focus on human anatomy morphology-based research and neural regeneration and Neural Stem cell differentiations.
  • Course Director: AOM5141 Musculoskeletal AnatomyANA6606 Clinical Anatomy
  • Assist in the preparation of material for dissection for the course of Human Anatomy (BIOL 3781 and BIOL 3782).
  • Educated 21 students on vascular system, anatomy and physiology, and sonography.
  • Teach Anatomy &Physiology with laboratory course.
  • school of Medicine, St. Eustatius, Netherland Antilles for gross and developmental anatomy from march 2007 to Aug. 2008.

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25. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Mentored and advised students, networked with service providers, developed departmental evaluation surveys, completed data analysis of program evaluations.
  • Conducted survey research, data analysis using quantitative and mixed methodologies in public health research.
  • Research Assistant to senior professors by conducting laboratory experiments, data analysis and reporting.
  • Performed data analysis and wrote scientific reports for publication.
  • Submitted to Computational Statistics and Data Analysis.
  • Performed clinical research including IRB proposal, consent forms, patient randomization, patient care protocols, and data analysis.
  • Research methods involved teaching social science research methodology which included measurement, research design, sampling, and data analysis.
  • Support data analysis with statistical and mathematical models, methods, techniques, and judgment.
  • Generated data, designed experiments, directed data analysis and wrote the manuscripts.
  • Provided consulting services in data analysis to people with diverse backgrounds.
  • Lead intense data analysis work using various tools for performance analysis.
  • Course taught: Data analysis and numerical methods in oceanography.
  • Formatted final data analysis to using Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Develop SAP and conduct data analysis using SAS.
  • Conducted the data analysis on the survey results.
  • Conduct (SAS) and interpret data analysis.
  • Participated in the research projects of bioinformatics data analysis in Medical Biotechnology Lab, National University of Tainan.
  • Identified a prognostic and predictive gene signature in non-small-cell lung cancer from genome wide microarray data analysis.
  • Mentor 5-10 students research, IRB preparation, data analysis and poster development and presentation annually.
  • Joined data analysis team in Pharmaceutical Research Lab, Chia Nan Univ.

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26. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Carry out independent and collaborative research on Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Education Economics and present research papers in professional conferences.
  • Guided students in using flipped classroom instruction to support experiential learning and library research in business and economics.
  • Economics-based professorship focused on teaching Strategic Direction, Universal Economic Knowledge, Development Theories, and Prospective.
  • Specialized in teaching International Finance, International Business Perspectives, and MBA International Economics courses.
  • Course: International Economics, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics (Introductory and Intermediate Levels)
  • Related coursework: International Finance, Statistics, Microeconomics Tax Preparation.
  • Graduate and undergraduate faculty in the Department of Business and Economics
  • Judged seminars and presentations, given by students of Bachelor of Technology programs, for proficiency in Economics and Management concepts.3.
  • Teach multiple Finance and Accounting courses for under-graduate programs: Principles of Investment, Financial Managerial Economics, Corporate Finance etc.
  • Served as instructor and then Assistant Professor at West Point, teaching Economics, American Politics, and Defense Policy.
  • Presented the research results at the Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics Seminar Series and several national economic conferences.
  • Advise about 50-60 economics and financial economics majors per year for all academic, professional, and degree needs.
  • Provided instruction of Italian language, culture, law, economics, military institutions and the European Union.
  • Teach Macroeconomics, Money and Banking, and Development Economics to Economics and non-Economics major for five years.
  • Completed research & publications in the Social Science Review and in the Bureau of Economics.
  • Developed two manuscripts (first author) which were submitted to peer-reviewed economics journals.
  • Instruct students in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Taxation and Business law.
  • Chair of the Department of Business and Economics for four years.
  • Graduate Course: MPH 570 Special Topics: Foundations of Health Economics
  • Record keeping Accomplishments Promoted to Economics Dept after one semester.

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27. Rotc

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Here's how Rotc is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Increased community awareness of the Army ROTC program opportunities through effective advertising, promotional events and public relations.
  • Provided professional development in training and education of Midshipmen assigned to NROTC program.
  • Developed curriculum and instructed undergraduate students in Senior ROTC subject matter.
  • Coordinated partnership between Liberty Nursing Department and Liberty Army ROTC.
  • Prepared presentations and represented the Army ROTC during speaking engagements at local high schools and colleges to promote strong community relations.
  • Recognized as one of the most successful ROTC recruiters in the state of Texas as reported by the 12th Brigade Commander.
  • Led Army ROTC public relations support to organizations and activities, generating over fifteen thousand dollars in cadet fund donations.
  • Advised senior leader on the timing, size and scope of Recruiting activities in support of CalPoly University Army ROTC.
  • Air Force ROTC Instructs a curriculum covering Foundations of the USAF, AF History, Leadership and National Security Affairs.
  • Advised AFROTC instructors on course curricula, lesson plan revisions, test preparation, and improvement of instructional curricula.
  • Secured authorization and funding for two Engagement Skills Trainer systems now in place at the MTSU Army ROTC Department.
  • Supervised, led, and trained over 50 NROTC midshipmen in their professional, moral, and academic development.
  • Attained unique and lasting relationships advising local USAR/ARNG commander and soldiers on entry and significance of ROTC Programs.
  • Coordinated and planned school visits to increase awareness of the NROTC program with a focus on minority students.
  • Recognized by Cadet Command CG as having one of the best ROTC training programs in the United States.
  • Established an effective community relations program designed to increase enrollment in and public awareness of the ROTC program.
  • Prepared and conducted briefings and served on committees as appointed representative of the Bowie State University ROTC Program.
  • Recruited highly qualified ROTC students from the ASU student population and from local area high schools and colleges.
  • Designed and produced the UT Martin ROTC information brochure for use in recruiting events and for advertising.
  • Mentored and coached NROTC students as they prepared for careers in the US Navy and Marine Corps.

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28. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans that incorporated the Legal Skills and Professionalism Program Curriculum that complemented various learning styles.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to develop curriculum materials and specific lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans that complied and recognized accreditation standards.
  • Designed lesson plans and coordinated discussions.
  • Developed short and long-range plans for achieving curriculum goals, established clear objectives for lessons, and formulated appropriate lesson plans.
  • Participated in academic collaboration with peers (exchanging ideas, lesson plans, teaching methods, and technology training).
  • Provided weekly feedback; evaluated coursework and lesson plans to ensure attainment of learning outcomes of classes of 15-20 students.
  • Assessed students' needs, prepared lesson plans, provided instruction and evaluated and completed reports on students.
  • Managed 30 course instructors, conduct of instruction, preparation of lesson plans, assessments and training exercises.
  • Prepared lesson plans and scheduled classroom activities; developed, and prepared supplemental materials to enhance textbook lessons.
  • Created lesson plans, learning activities, and cultural presentations for adults and senior high school students.
  • Develop and implement standards and project based, technology rich curriculum in order to update lesson plans.
  • Develop syllabus and lesson plans, and provide knowledge about the transition from high school to college.
  • Earned high marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used.
  • Designed & implemented 40+ lesson plans to assist 6 instructors with their facilitation in classroom.
  • Designed and applied English Grammar and Science lesson plans for children age seven to twelve.
  • Prepare lesson plans and syllabus in assigned area and submit it to teachers for review.
  • Create out of the box lesson plans that pertained to the topic; i.e.
  • Interfaced with other departmental faculty to integrate lesson plans with required standards of learning.
  • Make purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide effective teaching strategies for the students.

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29. Pharmacology

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Here's how Pharmacology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed and taught Pharmacology for Nurses and had responsibility coordinating return demonstration medication administration labs for students.
  • Subject taught: Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacy, Human Anatomy and Physiology and Pharmaceutical Analysis.
  • Created new courses to provide students significant didactic training in basic pharmacology and toxicology.
  • Demonstrated and organized pharmacology experiments for the graduate students.
  • Trained undergraduate dental students in basic pharmacology and pharmacy techniques
  • Discipline: Pharmacology / Cardio-Vascular Dis.
  • Board member of Pharmacology Department.
  • Lead faculty for Nursing Pharmacology.
  • Provided formal pharmacology lecture series, and invited participation by first year students at the University of Hawaii School of Medicine.
  • Developed and delivered academic courses of Pharmacology & Therapeutics (undergraduate), and Clinical Therapeutics (graduate).
  • Served as PBL instructor in pharmacology for medical students and organized tour of core facilities for summer interns.
  • Designed, developed and implemented the course curriculum for the Pharmacology department as teaching group leader.
  • Developed and teach Pharmacology for Health Professions, the first online course in the nursing department.
  • Teach didactic and skills lab sections of nutrition, and pharmacology classes.
  • Developed courses in line with the curriculum requirements of the Pharmacology Department.
  • Course Coordinator and only instructor for Pharmacology course for 13 years.
  • Lead faculty Community Health, Pharmacology in this B.S.N.
  • Teach Pharmacology for 120 nursing students.
  • Participated in drafting Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology for Medical Career - Board member of Pharmacology Department.
  • Equipped laboratories of pharmacology, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy in the institute.

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30. Diversity

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Here's how Diversity is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Provided a laboratory of learning that emphasized religious pluralism and cultural diversity as core components of seminary education.
  • Facilitated a program for freshman students interested in Education with a focus on diversity and inclusion.
  • Conducted and oversaw research and training aimed at enhancing diversity, college programs and administration.
  • Evaluated student applications for University System President's Research in Diversity Travel Award.
  • Introduced Diversity Training into the department to better serve our international student population.
  • Published articles and peer-reviewed conference presentations on workplace diversity research and recruitment.
  • Encouraged learning and understanding of cultural diversity and integration as assigned.
  • Lead diversity and community guidance counselor for student s executive development.
  • Design interdisciplinary cultural diversity and gender studies courses.
  • Celebrate diversity across the curriculum.
  • Developed and coordinated diversity program, which was aimed at recruiting and retaining high school ethnic minorities into the nursing profession.
  • Renewed a relationship with the OSU Department of Institutional Diversity, as well as statewide Universities Offices of Multicultural Affairs.
  • Assisted the College of Liberal Arts Diversity Committee in identifying, planning, and resolving college related problems.
  • Served as co-chair of Campus Senate Committee on Rights, Opportunity, Access and Diversity (ROAD).
  • Collaborated with professor on teaching style, scope, and content to suit the diversity of the students.
  • Participated in campus and community events: Global Justice, Diversity Respect, International Institute of St. Louis.
  • Focused on diversity issues within course content and as an aspect of student experience.
  • Chaired IT/ Global Club to bring Diversity awareness to Rhodes State College Students.
  • Presented aims and goals of the diversity program at multiple open community meetings.
  • Represented the School of Pharmacy on the University of Washington Diversity Council.

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31. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Utilized Blackboard and Sakai online teaching tools to more effectively maintain communication with students and teaching assistants.
  • Standardized assessment methods for departments - applied through Blackboard learning management system.
  • Supervised the introduction of BlackBoard computer learning system.
  • Developed interactive course websites using Blackboard software.
  • Spearheaded transition from blackboard-based lecturing to e-learning.
  • Designed, developed and implemented coursework for both face-to-face and online (synchronous and asynchronous) courses with Blackboard Collaborate.
  • Created a hybrid online course model using Blackboard Learn for the Finance Department (Spring 2013 launch).
  • Initiated and honed knowledge of the use of technology for class related content delivery through Blackboard.
  • Managed lesson plans and curriculum and grade report requirements via the web based course Blackboard program.
  • Utilized multiple online LMS such as D2L and Blackboard to maximize training and learning strategies.
  • Instructed Computer Information Literacy utilizing Blackboard, SAM, and MyItLab for testing purposes.
  • Provide direction and supervision for students through Email, Blackboard, and phone contact.
  • Used blackboard to post syllabus, lecture material, exam grades etc.
  • Experienced and highly proficient in using Blackboard course management system.
  • Created on-line delivery content through the University's Blackboard system and
  • Trained in Blackboard, Angel, Engage Technology learning platforms.
  • Moved course content from manual presentations to Blackboard Vista.
  • Obtained moderate knowledge of Blackboard learning system.
  • Developed and taught online classes on Blackboard.
  • Use of Blackboard Learning Management System.

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32. C++

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Here's how C++ is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed and delivered a graduate-level course in generic programming and C++ library design.
  • Handled subjects like Micro Processors, Operating systems, C, C++ and explained complex concepts effectively to the students.
  • Offered plans for enhancement to encourage the learning process through practical of C, C++, MS Office.
  • Conducted lectures and hands on practices related to C, C++, JAVA and networking.
  • Worked as Java, C and C++ Language Computer Lab Programmer for Engineering Students.
  • Tool Programming for Game Development - students build data-pipeline tools in C/C++.
  • Helped teach Analysis Math, Geometry, and Fundamental of C++ classes.
  • Used C/C++ as the main programming language to teach data structures.
  • Presented courses in advanced computer programming including C++ and Python.
  • Delivered Lecturers in Object Oriented Language C++.
  • Subject: Data Structures in C++.
  • Co-implemented the algorithms in C++/LEDA.
  • Work Environment: Windows, Linux, C++, Java, DirectX, Unreal, NetBeans, Eclipse
  • Object-Oriented Programming(C++) (Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2007).
  • Designed and programmed a Winform application representing a lexicographical analyzer of C++ language.
  • Designed distributed algorithms to prevent selfish misbehaviors in wireless networks using C++ and NS-2.
  • Research: Computer simulations (Fortran 77/C/Turbo C++) in nonlinear chemical dynamics.
  • Performed research project for NASA/MSFC CAVE lab with Worldtoolkit in C++.
  • Subject: Object Oriented Programing in C++.
  • Instruct C++, VB.NET in the Microsoft's Visual Studio .NET, C# with SQL server.

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33. Public Health

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Here's how Public Health is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed courses including public policy, environmental policy, public health, and governmental institutions.
  • Collaborate with public health researchers and business service providers.
  • Delivered and assessed Public Health Administration symposiums.
  • Advise and supervise more than 10 postgraduate students on research projects regarding various aspects of public health and business.
  • Lecture medical school students, interns, residents and fellows on epidemiology, public health and preventive medicine.
  • Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Division of Health Education.
  • Conduct research within the fields of Public Health, Health Care Policy, and Health Care Quality.
  • Coordinated and instructed courses for the Aerospace Operational Physiology concentration of the Masters in Public Health degree.
  • Authored Comprehensive Examination for Master of Public Health degree program and Co-chairperson of the CEPH Accreditation self-study.
  • Developed and taught the curriculum for occupational health concentration for the Masters of Public Health graduate program.
  • Motivate students to further their careers in addition to teaching masters' courses in public health.
  • Maintain partnerships with local, state, and national agencies for public health practice.
  • Developed and taught numerous courses in the schools Public Health, Nursing and Dentistry.
  • Advised federal agencies granting millions of dollars for research in public health.
  • Developed two public health courses to be added to the curriculum.
  • Graduate Masters in Public Health (MPH) faculty member.
  • Position: Assistant professor and teaching Veterinary public health.
  • Team teaching Community and Public Health Nursing.
  • Coordinated the Master of Public Health Program.
  • Course instruction - Public Health Nursing

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34. Sociology

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Here's how Sociology is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Advised undergraduates in the Department of Social Science and taught undergraduate general psychology, abnormal psychology and introductory sociology.
  • Teach a variety of undergraduate upper and lower-level courses within the Sociology Department, including Social Demography.
  • Develop and advise Sociology Club including recruiting and creating bylaws and constitution.
  • Worked as an Assistant Professor in General Sociology, Civil and Criminal Procedures
  • Selected to teach undergraduate-level psychology and sociology courses.
  • Teach classes including social work, sociology, gerontology, substance abuse, diversity, welfare, and policy.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Introductory Statistics, Research Methods, Anthropology and Sociology.
  • Teach 5 week Adult College Express Programs for Sociology.
  • Lectured in Sociology, Social Problems and Urban Sociology.
  • Fall 1995 University of North Dakota: Intro to Sociology
  • Served as professor for humanities and sociology.
  • Serve as Lead instructor for Sociology.
  • Delivered instructions on social sciences (Sociology, Civics and History) and education administration contents of the B.Ed.
  • Graduate Modern Sociological Theory Undergraduate Stratification Principles of Sociology Corrections Introduction to Criminal Justice

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35. III

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Here's how III is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Received Title III federal grant and upgraded the instrumentation laboratory.
  • Practice of Pharmacy III (PHA 473) course coordination.
  • Developed and taught MS III level (Junior) curriculum.
  • Conducted multi-center Phase III drug trials as co-principal investigator.
  • Authored and was awarded a United States Title III program grant to automate the business curriculum and executed its implementation.
  • Landscape Design ( III rd.
  • Couple of geological excursions was also conducted of Lesser Himalayas and Siwaliks stratigraphy for IIIrd semester students.

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36. PHD

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Here's how PHD is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Revitalized wording for PhD proposal and sought help from another university allies when problems for approval of the program became apparent.
  • Served as Dissertation Research Chair & Committee Member for 53 PhD students yearly in qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method research studies.
  • Assisted in development of course curriculum for PhD in Health Promotion and Wellness, now in its sixth cohort.
  • Developed, wrote, and proposed a new graduate Engineering Education PhD, Masters, and certificate program.
  • Supervised 2 PhD students, 1 master student and 3 undergraduate students in their experimental and thesis work.
  • Mentored PhD and MPH students and taught intermediate and basic epidemiology as well as health outcomes research.
  • Served on PhD and MD/PhD dissertation committees, departmental review committees and faculty search committees.
  • Supervised two PhD, three Masters and 10 undergraduate students and their thesis work.
  • Attended university committee meetings and served on Dept of French PhD dissertation committees.
  • Developed and presented lectures to classes of 12-30 MD/PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.
  • Recognized Supervisor of Higher Education (HEC) Pakistan for MS /PhD.
  • Perform research and mentor undergraduate, graduate and PhD students' research.
  • Served as committee thesis/dissertation chair for 11 MPH/MS/ PhD graduate students.
  • Chaired and was committee member on multiple PhD and MasterThesis committees.
  • Served as committee dissertation chair for 1 PhD graduate students.
  • Graduated 1 PhD student and 5 Master's Thesis Students.
  • Graduated first PhD in Medical Nutrition Science in 2013.
  • Served on PhD student's dissertation committee.
  • Chair PhD and Master theses committees.
  • Collaborate with physicians and PhD researchers.

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37. Advisory Committee

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Here's how Advisory Committee is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Develop and maintain relationships with community and regional science stakeholders including Departmental and Program Advisory Committee members and regional employers.
  • Supervised adjunct instructors, collected and analyzed assessment data and coordinated with advisory committee and others.
  • Advanced Energy Program advisory committee member.
  • Coordinate Industry Advisory Committee meetings.
  • Develop an advisory committee, budget multiple facility lay out that match the needs to the program with estimated cost.
  • Serve on the advisory committee for the Sustainability Science Master of Science program.
  • Chaired Senior Technical Advisory Committee in 2008, 2010, & 2011.
  • Served in a prestigious role as one of four faculty Advisory Committee members to the Chair of the Department of Communications.
  • Served on Presidential Advisory Committee for Internationalization, Teaching Excellence Committee, Institutional Review Board, and ESL Committee.
  • Worked as a major Professor and Chairman of the Advisory Committee for MS and Ph.D. students.
  • Represented the Department of Biomedical Sciences as a member of the CVMBS Faculty Advisory Committee.
  • Served as a member on Campus-Based Program Advisory Committee.F.
  • Assist in teaching all course pertinent to pharmacytechnician curriculum, assist counselor in studentadvisory committee.

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38. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Initiated and secured Criminal Investigation Division memberships in metro L. E. investigative groups and Law Enforcement restricted Internet resources.
  • Convinced warden to allow internet access for online ordering resolving ordering conflicts.
  • Led a project to introduce email and Internet in Palestinian universities
  • Designed, managed and coordinated Internet Technology degree program.
  • Utilized extensively computer technology, including the internet, e-mail; software programs in the classroom as teaching aids.
  • Created and Instructed quantitative undergraduate and graduate classes in both distance(internet) and traditional formats.
  • Worked with the College of the Extended University developing Internet extension courses for management development.
  • Trained on 2tor and Adobe Connect (Internet Applications)Taught 568 A and B courses
  • Conduct individual training using online and Internet for faculty, staff, and students.
  • Utilized the internet to check e-mails and order products online for employer.
  • Planned & implemented computer network architecture & Internet facilities and WWW.
  • Integrated Amazon Web Service virtual machines into Internet Programming class.
  • Train students on Adobe CS, Internet research and design.
  • Supported network members in implementing Internet services and best practices.
  • Incorporate Internet and website activities into the curriculum.
  • Skilled at library or online Internet research techniques.
  • Employed resources such as Smart Boards, the Internet, iPad, and tablet PCs.
  • Used to work with MS Word, MS Power-point and the Internet.
  • Developed internet-based data-acquisition system for real time web data mining in Java.
  • Moderated Amodlmkt (Applied Modeling in Marketing) the first internet discussion list for applied marketing modelers.

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39. Genetics

low Demand
Here's how Genetics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Plant Cell 22: 2981-2998 (Recommended by Faculty of 1000 Biology)Skills UsedProtein BiochemistryCell BiologyMolecular BiologyGenetics
  • Mentored and trained 8 graduate and ~40 undergraduate students in hypothesis-based laboratory research in complex genetics.
  • Instructed Molecular Genetics course for graduate students and General Genetics course for undergraduate students.
  • Developed Cell biology course and laboratory and Genetics and Immunology course and laboratory.
  • Provided instruction in the Biology Department for students enrolled in Biology, Microbiology and Genetics (including laboratories).
  • Directed a five year NIH Genetics training grant which was awarded to our graduate program.
  • Provided outreach genetics services to the Eastern shore and Western Maryland through a grant.
  • Played an essential role in solving different problems in Molecular Biology and Genetics.
  • Supervised 2 direct reports in the laboratory to perform colitis genetics research.
  • Teach biology, genetics in Graduate school levels and college levels.
  • Conducted scientific research on the genetics of cell division.
  • Engaged in Teaching and Plant Genetics Research.
  • Incorporated research project in Genetics course.
  • Can also handle cases with prenatal/postnatal cytogenetics.
  • Designed, developed and taught lecture and laboratory sections of Anatomy andPhysiology I and II, Genetics lecture and laboratory.
  • Investigate the complex genetics of how Trisomy 21 leads to facial and bone abnormalities associated with Down syndrome.
  • Conduct research using molecular biology, genetics, histochemistry, cell biology, biochemistry.
  • Course master for GBS core course in genetics, including lectures on modern bioinformatics
  • Research focused on immunogenetics of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).
  • Develop and teach lecture and laboratory sections of Anatomy and Physiology I,Genetics lecture and Genetics laboratory to pre-professional students.

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40. Faculty Members

low Demand
Here's how Faculty Members is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Provided innovative campus wide training to faculty members on incorporating technology and social media into the classroom to engage students.
  • Work collaboratively with faculty members to develop research opportunities for medical and doctoral students at Baylor College of Medicine.
  • Conducted weekly faculty and staff development meetings and provided staff development activities for 16 faculty members.
  • Developed and mentored new faculty members, created new instructional material utilizing contemporary classroom technologies.
  • Have participated in community service projects with other faculty members and support student activities.
  • Developed productive relationship with students and faculty members while working together on several occasions.
  • Developed cooperative, collaborative relationships with faculty members within the department and larger University.
  • Conducted professional development workshops for university faculty members in the area of instructional.
  • Managed on-boarding and supervision of all Humanities adjunct faculty members.
  • Developed a new interdisciplinary class with two other faculty members.
  • Collaborated with faculty members to develop teaching strategies.
  • Liaised with other senior faculty members and management staff to ensure efficient delivery of the relevant study programs and assignments.
  • Carry out research work in the field of Forensic and Molecular Entomology with other Faculty members and Graduate students.
  • Team Coordinator for required English 102 course - held meetings and was liaison for 8 other faculty members.
  • Managed academic operations for an organization of 33 faculty members in addition to full range of academic duties.
  • Serve as one of three graduate faculty members in the training of graduate students in advanced statistical analysis.
  • Mentored new faculty members and provided the foundation for their integration into instructional style of the program.
  • Collaborated with faculty members and engineers to manufacture a Morphing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
  • Elected by fellow faculty members to represent the College of Education on UWA's Faculty Senate.
  • Manage the hiring process for a new director of Forensic Science and two faculty members.

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41. Calculus

low Demand
Here's how Calculus is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Conducted lectures in the following subjects:Category TheorySynthetic Differential GeometryAnalytic Geometry and Calculus I
  • Developed and printed models to assist professors in demonstrating concepts in Calculus and Topology.
  • Advised PhD students, design and teach various courses including Calculus, Introductory Statistics and Statistical Computation for non-statistics majored students.
  • Delivered lectures on Calculus based general physics course for Applied Math and IT faculty students.
  • Produced an online problem and explanation system for Calculus derivatives as part of a grant.
  • Provided help to students in algebra, calculus, and computer programs.
  • Course director for a Freshman Calculus and Differential Equations Course.
  • Graded AP Calculus exams for the Education Testing Service.
  • Led efforts to modernize teaching of Calculus
  • Teach courses in Calculus, Linear Algebra and Partial Differential Equations as well as assist development and mentorship of student research.
  • Provided instruction for online version of Physics I (calculus-based).
  • Chair - Math/Computer Science dept) Taught Linear Algebra, Differential Equation, Calculus I and II and Basic Algebra
  • Instructed 3 courses - Calculus, Mechanics of Materials, Mechanic Engineering .
  • Lead and designed Summer "Boot Camp" classes in Precalculus and Calculus.

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42. Community Health

low Demand
Here's how Community Health is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Provided classroom, clinical and laboratory instruction in the areas of Medical/Surgical, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Pediatrics and Community Health nursing.
  • Developed a foundation to enhance community health nursing to expand student's exposure and participation in community health organizations.
  • Initiated and maintained collaboration with acute-care and community health agencies to offer clinical experiences for baccalaureate nursing students.
  • Supervised and educated students during medical -surgical, OB and community health clinical rotations.
  • Authored and Developed nursing electives: Introduction to Community Health Nursing.
  • Supervised students in clinical setting in Intensive Care Nursing as well as Community Health Nursing.
  • Supervised 7 nursing educators and up to 60 students in the community health on-line course.
  • Lead faculty Community Health Nursing (5 credit hour offering) fall and spring semesters.
  • Evaluated student progress by providing guidance to complete their course work in Community Health Nursing.
  • Teach Health Deviations I, Community Health, Simulation Lab, Clinical.
  • Recognized by local and state media as expert in community health.
  • Created opportunities for learning in community health settings.
  • Focus on community health care needs.
  • Advised a large group of Kinesiology and Community Health students, designed course curriculum, and gradedstudent assignments.
  • tenure track positionCourse facilitator for senior community health course; included coordination of classroom,clinical, and seminar components.

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43. Military Science

low Demand
Here's how Military Science is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Incorporated logistics and supply concepts within every aspect of military science instruction.
  • Developed and implemented interactive learning program for Military Science Sophomore class.
  • Prepared and effectively taught Military Science instruction.
  • Instructed undergraduate classes in Leadership and Military Science while writing a paper on the 360 Peer Assessment tool for leadership development.
  • Served as the assistant professor of military science responsible for weekly undergraduate lectures of 3 courses and tactical training exercises.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans and instruct military science courses to include the teaching, assessing and counseling of students.
  • Worked closely with the MTSU Military Science Department Recruiting Operations Officer in support of various recruiting events.
  • Created novel academic instructional methods as Assistant Professor of Military Science levels I and III.
  • Served as Assistant Professor of Military Science for a Reserve Officer Corps Training program.
  • Designed and taught the subject of Military Science for the freshman and sophomore students.
  • Instructed 25 freshmen who performed in the 91st percentile in Military Science evaluations.
  • Assist the Professor of Military Science in any other tasking's as needed.
  • Instruct Military Science Courses, per Cadet Command Regulations for commissioning.
  • Manage the university funds for the military science department.
  • Prepare and teach Military Science Leadership classes.
  • Served as the primary advisor to the Professor of Military Science on all recruiting, enrollment, scholarship and freshmen issues.
  • JOB DESCRIPTION Served as an Assistant Professor of Military Science teaching collegiate level accredited courses to 40 students.
  • Developed recommendations and provided insight to the Professor of Military Science regarding recruit- ing budget allocation.

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44. BSN

low Demand
Here's how BSN is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Guide and supervise second-degree, accelerated BSN candidates in didactic, laboratory and clinical learning experiences.
  • Provide didactic and clinical teaching to generic baccalaureate nursing students at the sophomore and junior levels and RN-To-BSN accelerated nursing students.
  • Major responsibilities included guiding, directing and coordinating the activities of the BSN Program under the supervision of the Department Head.
  • Course Coordinator for the RN-BSN community health course which included a web-based on-line course and a clinical practicum.
  • Program Administrator for program (MEDS) for students in the ASN and BSN at all campuses.
  • Lead faculty for teaching Community Health Nursing, Health Promotion, Psychiatric Nursing to BSN nursing students.
  • Lead Course Faculty for Nursing 205 (Nursing Assessment) in the Accelerated BSN program.
  • Participate and develop new teaching pedagogy for new program development for the ABSN program.
  • Prepared coursework and presented lectures to 61 BSN nursing students in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Facilitated CERNER Electronic Medical Record training for BSN and ASN new nursing students.
  • Drafted Self Study for initial NLN accreditation of BSN program.
  • Teach online health assessment course for RN to BSN students.
  • Lead Instructor for NBSN 340 and NBSN 340P: Maternity Nursing and SBSN 310: Health Assessment (online)
  • Coordinate Clinical Experiences Mentor BSN students
  • Served as a member of the School of Nursing BSN Assessment and Curriculum Committee.B.
  • Have also taught in a variety of areas in the BSN program.
  • Full time faculty member in the Traditional and RN-BSN program.
  • Precepted graduate nursing student, Kathleen Murphy, BSN, RN
  • Precepted graduate nursing student, Jasmine Phillip, BSN, RN
  • Full time faculty in the RN to BSN and MSN programs.

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45. Powerpoint

low Demand
Here's how Powerpoint is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Introduced new teaching methods incorporating technology such as PowerPoint to promote interactive learning and provide more opportunities for learning and discovery.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations for the reading material and wrote lectures revolving around needed audiovisual techniques to produce media.
  • Created and conducted faculty Professional Development training on MS PowerPoint.
  • Designed and presented PowerPoint presentations about computer science.
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations from the reading material.
  • Created and delivered PowerPoint presentations on teaching methods for large classes to faculty at the Center for Teaching and Learning Symposium.
  • Incorporated a variety of methods and material in class: PowerPoint presentations, videos, speaking activities and listening exercises.
  • Focused instruction in researching scholarly sources using Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
  • Developed educational and training materials, such as PowerPoint slides, book chapters, and test questions.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations and handouts Directed two main stage productions each year.
  • Created and used PowerPoint Presentations in class lectures.
  • Prepare and present Powerpoint presentations for lecture and laboratory courses.
  • Design graphic and cartographic presentations using ArcGIS, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, and PowerPoint.
  • Use of PowerPoint presentations and hands on hardware experience Presentations Skills and expert knowledge
  • Used Adobe, Powerpoint, Word, Excel, In Design (newspaper layout software), and Access
  • Use of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Graphpad Prism.
  • Converted lessons into Powerpoint and Smartboard presentations.
  • Incorporate new media via MS Powerpoint, Prezi, and You Tube video demonstrations.
  • Use of Powerpoint and Smartboard.
  • Designed advertising brochures and flyers, college syllabi, and PowerPoint presentations.

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46. Pediatrics

low Demand
Here's how Pediatrics is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Provide lecture/instruction in case management; maternal/child nursing; pediatrics; and selected medical-surgical topics.
  • Represented the Department of Pediatrics as the primary delegate on the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
  • Research in the field of pediatrics.
  • tenure track), Division of Pediatric Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota
  • Served as Lead Psychologist and supervised research staff for an NICHD-funded project in the Department of Pediatrics.
  • Coordinate Masters and Post-Masters Advanced Practice Nursing Program in Pediatrics.

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47. Psychiatry

low Demand
Here's how Psychiatry is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Lectured psychiatry residents and psychosomatic medicine fellows about psychological issues surrounding life threatening and life altering illnesses.
  • Provide didactic coursework and clinical supervision to psychiatry residents.
  • Chair of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati
  • Present lectures on mental status exam for physician assistant students; tutor for psychiatry portion of coursework.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to devise specific teaching plans for residents/medical students in the Psychiatry program.
  • Board Certified in Psychiatry and a member of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
  • Provide instruction in neurology, psychiatry, and internal medicine.
  • Course Director for the Sophomore Psychiatry Course.
  • Provided adult inpatient psychiatric services at UPH-Kino Hospital and teaching/lectures to medical students, psychiatry residents and child psychiatry fellows.
  • Performed as Psychiatrist for Department of Psychiatry in university affiliated training hospital (Oregon State Hospital).
  • Conceived, implemented and maintained telemedicine program for pathology, radiology, cardiology and psychiatry.
  • Provided care and treatment to adult patients at Department of Psychiatry academic affiliation site.
  • Chair of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, CCHMC Steven Strakowski, M.D.
  • Co-directed the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic and managed all new intakes.
  • Course Coordinator: Associate Degree in Nursing Program * Fundamentals, Med-Surg, Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Obstetrics * Lecturer and Clinical
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine Lectures on Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment as part of Psychiatry Residency and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
  • State University Attending Psychiatrist Geriatric Psychiatry Unit Lakeshore Mental Health Institute 5908 Lyons View Dr Knoxville, TN 37919

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48. Office Hours

low Demand
Here's how Office Hours is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed and administered examinations, maintaining grade records and held weekly office hours.
  • Hold office hours, supervise student projects, assess work and examinations, and provide feedback to students.
  • Maintained office hours beyond the required number in order to assist students with scheduling and other issues.
  • Tutor students during office hours to go over any issues of previous material covered in class.
  • Participated in retention efforts by holding extended office hours and tutoring hours outside of the classroom.
  • Provide academic support and advising to students including establishing and maintaining a schedule of office hours.
  • Consult with students during set office hours to discuss their individual learning goals and challenges.
  • Mentored students through office hours, other scheduled meeting times, and email correspondence.
  • Conducted regular office hours and provided extra help to students in a one-on-one setting.
  • Consulted with students during office hours to clarify course assignments and provide support.
  • Maintain office hours for student advising, administrative needs, and course planning.
  • Maintain a schedule for accessibility to students for tutoring and office hours.
  • Maintain an open-door policy with students and conduct regular office hours.
  • Maintained weekly office hours to advise current and prospective students.
  • Maintained regularly scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
  • Maintain a minimum of fifteen office hours a week.
  • Maintained regular office hours for advising and tutoring.
  • Maintained office hours for student assistance as needed.
  • Maintain scheduled office hours for student contact.
  • Counseled, graded, held office hours.

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49. NIH

low Demand
Here's how NIH is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Contributed significantly to multiple NIH-funded projects on illustrating anatomical and functional organization of neural circuits in the olfactory bulb.
  • Directed an independent, NIH-funded laboratory.
  • Completed 3 years of Minority Investigator post-graduate training through a NIH administrative supplement and received NINR funded proposal on first submission.
  • Conceived, developed, and wrote grant proposals for federal (NIH, NSF) and private foundation grants.
  • Serve as mentor to National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded Postdoctoral Fellow at local site.
  • Served as Co-Investigator on a research grant funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH).
  • Developed new research project ideas towards extramural grant applications to NIH (R21 and R01 grants).
  • Submitted an R21 grant proposal to NIH, and collecting preliminary data for other grant applications.
  • Performed as Co-Investigator on pheromone memory grant from NIH-RO1; 23% on 1st submission.
  • Received a Research Career Development Award, a very prestigious five-year salary award from NIH.
  • Provided sample collection and processing for NIH and FDA regulated studies Program Development and Management.
  • Funded by private and NIH grants demonstrating effective research, communication and writing skills.
  • Write grant proposals for extramural funding agencies including NIH, NIOSH, and NSF.
  • Obtained NIH, DOD and private grant funding on studies in prostate disease.
  • Planned and execute multiple major NIH research grant as member of executive committees.
  • Provided training to investigators and post-doc fellows in an NIH-funded training program.
  • Served as reviewer in NIH scientific committee and manuscripts for scientific journals.
  • Investigated SIRS in normal human volunteers in collaboration with the NIH.
  • Conducted NIH grant funded researches and published various research articles.
  • Secured AAALAC International accreditation and OLAW assurance from NIH.

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50. New Courses

low Demand
Here's how New Courses is used in Assistant Professor jobs:
  • Developed/designed new courses and updated established courses to reflect changing technologies.
  • Proposed program included development of new courses and credit requirements.
  • Developed and taught new courses in the areas of computer architecture, algorithm design, operating systems and database management systems.
  • Experience with identifying and evaluating education program needs to develop and implement new courses to obtain academic goals and objectives.
  • Designed new courses in algorithm design, the assignment problem in parallel and distributed computing, and software engineering techniques.
  • Showed creativity in planning the addition of new courses and addition of a Distance Education Program.
  • Developed new courses, including one of the country's first broadcast promotion and marketing courses.
  • Developed two new courses that were approved by the faculty and added to the college catalog.
  • Created new courses including learning objectives, syllabus, assignments, exams, and keys.
  • Developed three new courses for robotic control, robotic mechanisms and design for control systems.
  • Earned tenure while teaching a full load of new courses every semester.
  • Developed new courses of instruction in VHDL logic design for embedded systems.
  • Implemented new graduate program in Nursing Administration and taught new courses.
  • Introduced and taught new courses to reflect student interests and needs.
  • Reviewed new courses and new programs as well as existing courses.
  • Created new courses in flow through porous media and recycling technology.
  • Develop new courses and curriculum to ensure industry standards and relevancy.
  • Developed five new courses to expand the Human Resource curriculum.
  • Established new courses in African American and Women's Studies.
  • Developed 7 new courses and 2 new online courses.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Assistant Professor

Undergraduate Courses19.3%
Curriculum Development14.6%
Classroom Management12.9%
Online Courses6%
Academic Advisor4.7%
Biology4.3%
Organic Chemistry4.1%
Theory3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assistant Professor

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
14.6%
14.6%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
11.1%
11.1%
3
3
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
9.8%
9.8%
4
4
Online Courses
Online Courses
4.6%
4.6%
5
5
Academic Advisor
Academic Advisor
3.6%
3.6%
6
6
Biology
Biology
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Theory
Theory
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Information Technology
Information Technology
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Mathematics
Mathematics
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Psychology
Psychology
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Topics
Topics
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Research Projects
Research Projects
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Principles
Principles
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Seminar
Seminar
2%
2%
16
16
Literature
Literature
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Physiology
Physiology
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Cadets
Cadets
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Graduate Level
Graduate Level
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Course Materials
Course Materials
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Practicum
Practicum
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Ethics
Ethics
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Anatomy
Anatomy
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Economics
Economics
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Rotc
Rotc
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
1%
1%
29
29
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
1%
1%
30
30
Diversity
Diversity
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Blackboard
Blackboard
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
C++
C++
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Public Health
Public Health
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Sociology
Sociology
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
III
III
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
PHD
PHD
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Advisory Committee
Advisory Committee
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Internet
Internet
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Genetics
Genetics
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Faculty Members
Faculty Members
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Calculus
Calculus
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Community Health
Community Health
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Military Science
Military Science
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
BSN
BSN
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Psychiatry
Psychiatry
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Office Hours
Office Hours
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
NIH
NIH
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
New Courses
New Courses
0.5%
0.5%

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